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The two ports sign an MOU

Los Angeles & Nagoya’s green corridor

by Port News Editorial Staff

The Port of Los Angeles and the Japanese Port of Nagoya have renewed their collaboration on decarbonization and environmental sustainability, signing a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) three years after the first one was signed.

The key objective of the agreement is to set up a sustainable shipping corridor between the two ports. The two ports  will also collaborate on other initiatives focusing on the sustainability of terminal operations, digital supply chain  information sharing and testing zero-emission vehicles.

“This agreement is a testament to the success that can be achieved when ports commit to work together, share ideas, and advance mutual priorities,” said Gene Seroka, executive director of the Port of Los Angeles.

Earlier this year, the Port of Los Angeles signed MOUs on green shipping corridors with the ports of Tokyo, Yokohama and Singapore.

Translation by Giles Foster

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